Poor woman who sold her Car and gave Prophet Bushiri R130 000 gets spoiled by Prophet Mboro

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Poor woman who sold her Car and gave Prophet Bushiri R130 000 gets spoiled by Prophet Mboro

Poor woman who sold her Car and gave Prophet Bushiri R130 000 gets spoiled by Prophet Mboro


They obviously put R130 000 in Prophet Shepherd Bushiri’s gold forex and items conspire in July 2017 and never got a penny back.

Furthermore, presently the leader of the Church Mandate Turn Around Movement, Prophet Paseka “Mboro” Motsoeneng, has acted the hero.

Felicia Sibeko (46) from Westonaria, west of Joburg, recently disclosed to Daily Sun she had no food and depended on presents.

Felicia said Mboro visited Westonaria on Wednesday and got them food, vegetables, and toiletries.

“I can’t accept we have so much food,” she said.

“Mboro filled two streetcars with goods for us.

“My refrigerator is full. I’m so appreciative.”

“He’s a genuine godly man. He got us all that we required and still needed to get us more.

“My cooler is full. I’m so thankful.”

Felicia said she lived with her significant other, Author (54), and two children. Their little girl lived in Tshwane.

She said numerous individuals who saw Mboro when he purchased some staple goods needed him to appeal to God for them.

“Individuals are requesting that I advise Mboro to open a branch here,” she said.

Creator said Mboro tunes in to the individuals.

“He’s the individuals’ prophet and he knows the individuals.”

“I’m the dad and safeguard of the frail, widows and the vagrants.”

He said he never expected goods from the prophet when they visited Incredible Happenings Ministries in Katlehong on Sunday.

Mboro said he was unable to overlook hungry individuals.

“We ensure we uphold them and give them expectation and boldness,” he said.

“I’m the dad and protector of the feeble, widows and the vagrants.”

Mboro said he’s doing this as it’s crafted by God.

“This is my duty as a prophet,” he said.

Mboro said this was their congregation order and they helped individuals, regardless of whether they’re individuals from the congregation or not.

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